16 August 2021
To acknowledge our Women’s Day month as well a the beautiful natural environment of not only the White River region but our entire beautiful country, we chose a theme that links any aspects of the feminine with the South African natural world. This offered the TPG artists the opportunity for wide interpretation.
ATC White River Gallery
4 August 2021
The Printing Girls
Our 2020 Art Room exhibition featured a project called Positive Escape - three months into lockdown, each artist created a printed image on 20 x20 cm paper that showed one positive way that they were coping with lockdown. This year, the mood has shifted. Now 18 months into the pandemic, many have had to deal with illness and/or the loss of close ones, and there is a different zeitgeist. This (includes a sense of being displaced from nature. We came up with the concept of eco-longing, an effect experienced by many folk due to the restrictions of lockdown. We asked each TPG artist to represent a way that they feel this disconnection. Their resulting responses created a wonderful variety of images, mostly of nature, that ranged from the dream-like and nostalgic, through to the quirky mostly of nature, that ranged from the dream-like and nostalgic, through to the quirky and abstract.
The Printing Girls' membership has almost doubled this year, and here, almost 50 TPG artists from The Printing Girls participated in the project
The Art Room
The anual FAP print fair from 9 November to 10 November 2019. Celebrating the richness of fine arts prints from south africa's top print studios, printmakers and Artists.
BOOK FAIRE, VINTAGE & ARTISANAL MARKET
2 NOVEMBER 2019
One day only fair where Rabbit Productions were selling sketch books, drawings and Fiver Locker's own book,'Looking For Africa'.
RFT:RADICAL FEMINOMIC TRANSFORMATION
6 JULY - AUGUST 2018
The Daville Baillie Gallery presents an exhibition titled RFT: Radical Feminomic Transformation.
Taking its cue from the controversial political programme termed Radical Economic Transformation, the exhibition RFT shows work by women that interrogates their changing position and image in the economic order.
Artists exhibiting Include Ilse Pahl, Karla Nixon and Sharon Moses to name but a few.
THE PRINTING GIRLS PRESENT: THAW
11 AUGUST 2018
THE PRINTING GIRLS (TPGs) is an all female contemporary collective of artists working in the medium of Printmaking.
At The Bioscope Independant Cinema, 289 Fox Street, 2001 Johannesburg
THIS IS SYRIOUS!
15-22 APRIL 2016
Fiver Locker is a German artist based in Brighton England. She is currently working in THAT space and producing a series of prints with artist and print-maker Sanele Jali (Assemblage) in Newtown. Her work involves unravelling and processing the complexities of migration; forced or otherwise. Locker fuses historical cultures and belief systems with current news-based ideology to produce contemporary,poster-like images.
THAT Space 41 Gwi Gwi
Mrwebi St Newtown.
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The Daphne Project
7 August 2021
The Printing Girls
Here we revisit one of the original associations between woman and nature - the Greek myth of Daphne. According to this myth, Daphne was well-known for her exceptional beauty. She had taken a vow of chastity to enable her to live in woodlands as a huntress and avoid the trappings of society and the restrictions of marriage. But she was pursued one day by a lustful Apollo. Just before he captured her, in a state of exhaustion she prayed to the Goddess Gaia – Mother Earth - for rescue and was metamorphosed into a laurel tree. Daphne subsequently lost her voice and the only sound she could make was by rustling her leaves.
Apollo used his power of eternal youth to turn the laurel into an evergreen tree. He broke off a branch and a laurel branch is always associated with him in mythological imagery. This myth is timeless so still has many possibilities for interpretation. Recently, it has been picked up by the #MeToo movement.
ATC White River Gallery Mpumalanga
1 DECEMBER 2019
She Impressions is proud to present another showcase of womxn artists at The Project Space this year!
She Impressions has collaborated with The Project Space as both platforms share the same values of empowering and promoting womxn artists. She Impressions is in its third year running since its conception in 2016. It has not only grown locally but internationally with the power of social media. Artists not only from South Africa but around the world will share their creative voices at this year’s exhibition.
16 Viljoen Street, Lorentzville Johannesburg
FIRST SUNDAY MARKET
3 November 2019
10AM to 4PM
A great day out with an abundance to see and do. Rabbit Productions stall has pleanty to offer, from stetch books and socks to prints and original drawings.
PRINT LIKE A GIRL
6 JULY 2019
The Printing Girls have the gallery for the month of July. They are exhibiting works by 16 different artists and hosting printmaking workshops on three dates during July.
Join us for the opening on Saturday 6 July from 10am.
at THE ART ROOM,PARKHURST
Artist, Fiver Locker's solo show "SuperWoman!". The works in this exhibition focusses on the women in johannesburg. Fiver uses all manners of the prinmaking process as well as portraiture to transform ordinary women into superhero like characters.
At mwanawasa Art Proects, 27 Boxes, Melville, Johannasburg.
O N C A PRINT COLLECTION
29 JUNE - 2 JULY 2017
Throughout June and July ONCA’s print collection, publications and gifts will be on display and available to purchase in the gallery. Featured artists will also be invited to exhibit new work, run workshops and host events.
This weeks show case includes work by various artists and has been curated by our gallery assistants Maria-Teresa Medici, Ellie Chapman and Georgia Grace.
At O N C A Gallery, Brighton, United Kingdom.
Artist Open Houses
This is Syrious!
Fiver Locker is a German artist based in Brighton England. She is currently working in THAT space and producing a series of prints with artist and print-maker Sanele Jali(Assemblage) in Newtown. Her work involves unravelling and processing the complexities of migration; forced or otherwise. The images employ a variety of processes, seemingly just as complex, layered and influential as her subject matter. Sincere, important and impactful, Locker’s work explores what it means to be a citizen of the world today.
Artist Open Houses, Brighton UK